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think it has an initive appeal. tavi the article about bill and hillary clinton, as you know, we have been talking about poverty and we have discussed this together. i have been troubled by the fact that in the first two debates, i was told they did a much better job than jim lehrer did. respectfully. but no question about poverty. the numbers are very clear. it is threatening our very democracy. you know the story line as well as i do, but no moderator has asked the question directly about poverty and the poor. tomorrow night, might we get a question about that specifically from someone that is living in impoverished conditions? >> is a way tok there downplay poverty, but the one thing i will say is that he did a great job. that debate was 70 minutes on foreign policy. if you match that with most americans, if that is not whose last three of their concerns, we have not talked about poverty or immigration. we have not talked about gay marriage, sensitive social issues. i have no idea what is going on in the heads of voters. moderating this third debate, she gets to call the questions
about and has written about the problems of the clinton family in this book bill and hillary the ladies and gentlemen, please welcome william chafe. [applause] >> i'm thrilled to see this audience and grateful. i'm certainly impressed. i thought i would begin by telling you a little bit about my career and how i can to write this book as it has been indicated before i didn't start as a biographer i started as a social historian and i wrote about the women's movement. only towards the last ten years i found these questions of what makes an individual try to change history. i would argue this is actually a strong coherence in all of this because when we are writing about socialism, writing about the setting students in the movement with what happened how do they get the mind? wendi did that within some of the administration's in the city's and in the 90 different states because the young individuals decided to make history. that got me interested in the world making history, and it helps to highlight what makes someone come to the point acting decisively in the historical moment and chang
, michelle obama out there, and the big dog himself bill clinton. >> oh, yeah yeah. >> bill: he raised an issue yesterday, i think he was in wisconsin or iowa -- >> minnesota. >> if i couldn't campaign, i think bill clinton would be a pretty good stand in. >> yes. >> bill: here is bill clinton. >> there are mayors who are being told you have to move these houses back from the ocean climate change is going to raise the water levels on a permanent basis. >> bill: let's get through the immediate relief efforts, and people are going to say, see climate change, see these water levels, this will be full-time levels, right? >> he managed to work in too that many of them are respects. >> bill: yeah, and bill clinton says i don't know why am i working so hard. >> i have worked very hard in this election, and i'm not running for anything. [ laughter ] >> bill: but some people is saying he has his eye on 2016 not for him, but somebody close to him. [ laughter ] >> bill: kerry is here in the studio with us. fawn johnson will join us to talk about fema later in the hour. b
bill"bill and hillary" clinton's relationship affected their political lives. describes how each partner assistanted in the other's career gabs. it's about an hour. [applause] >> good evening, everybody, thank you all for being here. i'm directer of the kansas city public library, it's a great pleasure to have you here and have will chafe here to talk about his excellent new book. called the reflective, ranchy and rivetting. i want to write a book that gets that kind of press myself. i'm trying to live a life that first of all. [laughter] but this book and tonight's top i -- topic will remind us we have a presidential campaign going on in which there is a human cry about what is truth and what is fact, what is fiction, what is a lie, and it reminds us most of this is reterritorial exaggeration but there was a time in american history there were really great liers. we're going to be reminded of that tonight. remember barry gold water talking about richard nixon? i can't tell you what he said, it's a family library and family television tonight. but there was a time when there were
all that stuff i said the last two years. >> that's bill clinton showing the democrats how to take on romney/ryan. let's hope they get the message starting now. >>> also, what really happened in that fatal attack in benghazi? republicans are charged with the state department with lack security. republicans say democrats are trying to score points off a tragedy. a ceo says if a certain candidate wins presidency, he may have to fire people. see if you can guess which billionaire this candidate opposes? this is "hardball," the place for politics. [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn your risk. >>> now you see it and now you don't. late today president obama weighed in. on an interview on abc, romney's latest position on abortion is an attempt to mask the position he's been running on. let's listen. >> other example of governor romney hiding po
into the camera. we will see that bill clinton to iran -- and developed the love days. the he looks into the camera and you just want to hug him. if he stands there long enough, he will hunt you. [laughter] the worst thing i could happen to him is that i shoot him from behind. that suggests what about him as a person and? the guilty from the side, but from behind? he is not even here. people with cameras and know how to use them to affect the outcome. in fact, what happens during presidential debates, and tonight, one of the things they're looking for -- the day meeting that networks because they need something to keep you awake. roughly 40% of the people watching to i will vote for joe biden's ticket no matter what. roughly 40% will vote for the other side no matter what. the debate is the 20% in the middle. you can say almost anything and the republican will vote for you. you can say almost anything if you are a democrat and they will vote for you. you are aiming for the 20% in the middle. tonight is a ball game. it is the vice presidential debate. and is a ball game. and some peo
people. can he rouse the troops? bill and hillary clinton have emerged as major allies of the president in this election. hillary clinton took heat off the white house yesterday when she said she, not the president, was responsible for the lack of security in benghazi. the former president has emerged as a major booster out on the campaign trial. so, just how important is the clinton factor this election? we'll get to that. that's always fun. >>> plus, i'll go toe to toe with obama and romney stand-ins for another round-up "just answer the question," my turn to pose the questions i would like to ask the candidates in tonight's debate. jason chafman of utah will play president obama. >>> let me finish with this, heavyweight battle. this is "hardball," the place for politics, life from hofstra university. hey. hey eddie. i brought your stuff. you don't have to do this. yes i do. i want you to keep this. it'd be weird. take care. you too. [ sighs ] so how did it go? he's upset. [ male announcer ] spend less time at gas stations with best in class fuel economy. it's our most innovative alti
was at a free rally with president bill clinton, and our ben mankiewicz was there to cover it. he's now outside of cleveland ben, how are you and how was that rally? >> it was great. bill clinton gave the same kind of speech that he gave at the convention. we went to the math. he used numbers. bill clinton makes the case for mitt romney or barack obama you think who in their right mind is voting for mitt romney. he breaks it down and makes it easily understandable, and then introduced bruce springsteen. he did five songs plus that real thing. that was not a real song. >> cenk: yeah, we have clinton on tape. he's so good at it. he has the folksy thing. >> mr. romney says i'm gonna do all this. i'm gonna cut taxes just for the middle class. i'm not interested in rich people. they'll pay the same percentage of tax that they pay now. he thinks we're dumb. we keep saying, show us your budget. where are your numbers? the president has given you a budget. this guy ran bain capital, and he's a business guy and he's hiding his budget? that ought to tell you something. >> cenk: i love what he does with t
. >> president barack obama. >> former president bill clinton? are we better off? you bet we are. if obama wins it it may be because a former president saved his presidency. >> i am clinton. as overlord, all will kneel before me and obey my commands. end communication. >>> with just 22 days until election and 23 hours until the second presidential debate, a new "washington post" poll shows the number of undecided voters shrinking. nearly two-thirds say they do not need any more information before election day, and barely one in eight is undecided or says there is a chance he or she could change the vote. while president obama spent today in debate prep in virginia, michelle obama campaigned in ohio, where the latest poll of likely voters shows the president ahead by five points. >> this morning, let me tell you what i did. the i cast my ballot early for barack obama. it felt so good right now, my absentee ballot is on its way to my hometown, chicago, illinois, and that means we are one vote closer to re-electing my husband and moving this country forward for four more years. >> fox news chief r
is not actually running for anything. this week bill clinton is in las vegas, arizona, california, iowa, indiana, talking up candidates for the house and senate, not to mention the president. let me bring in ann lewis, former communications director for bill clinton. always good to see you. good morning. >> good morning. >> so of course the former president's convention speech was absolutely off the charts. candidates are clamoring to be seen with him. is bill clinton bigger than he's ever been? >> that's an interesting question. you're right, he sort of came back into our political focus at the convention. if you think about it, clinton who had been out of office for eight years has been working at the clinton foundation, at the clinton global initiative, he's been bringing health care and economic opportunity to people around the world. and then he steps into the political spotlight as he it at the convention and we all go wow. he has it. he can talk about the economy, the direction of the economy. country. what he says makes such good sense and we want more. >> he has a very impressive campai
. here's how bill clinton pulled it off with a gentle dismissal of bob dole in their town hall-style debate back in 1996. >> i think wisdom comes from age, experience and intelligence. and if you have some of each -- and i have some of each age, some experience, some intelligence. >> i can tell you that i don't think he's too old to be president. it's the age of his ideas that i question. >> that's letting him down easy, isn't it? the question, is his challenger is right there with him some terms of the polling. he has to be perhaps a little more forceful, how does he put it together? >> he's got to find that place. they've been struggling in terms of trying to find -- they made it through the crucial decision back in the spring, which was to paint romney not as a flip-flopper, but to paints him as a right-wing extremist. and that worked for them from the spring through the summer all the way through september. romney helped them. he gave them a lot of ammunition, said a lot of silly things and now he's done the etch-a-sketch moment in that debate. that's what happened there, a
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is courting women, bill clinton and bruce springsteen were in ohio going after what you might call white blue collar people like where i came from. >>> also, prospects for the democrats holding the senate are brightening. we have some real brand new poll numbers that suggest the democrats may just hold onto this senate after all. one state where they face an uphill battle is nebraska where bob kerrey, great old bob kerrey, is hoping for a comeback. he's coming here in a minute. >> impressive crowd, the haves and the have mores. some people call you the elite. i call you my base. >> that's going to be a lot of fun tonight. this is "hardball"hardball," the place for politics. >>> with less than three weeks to go to election day, you can learn a lot about the election by simply looking at where the campaigns are spending the most money on tv ads. and this week four of the top five cities are in wisconsin or ohio. number five, madison, wisconsin. number four, columbus, ohio. third, cincinnati, ohio. number two, denver, colorado. and the top ad this week, green bay, wisconsin, again. so the battle
compared to ann romney. >> i was going to play the bill clinton sound but, in fact, lois the first lady has given an interview and she did with i-village regarding the debate and the quote off night. you have not heard this. let me play the new sound of michele obama. i'm going to read it. it say there is's sort of a scrum and the punditry an enthe analysis and then there's the passion that we see every single day and basically went to say her husband is out there fighting. acknowledging the quote/unquote off night and he is in the fight. not the same tone if you will as ann romney but commenting on the debate and what we are all watching loi out. >> right. i shouldn't have said she's not giving interviews but not as many as ann and ann romney and certainly not taking -- i don't think she's taking the fight to romney whereas, you know, ann romney is taking the fight to obama but they obviously feel like that's very effective and they said repeatedly that she helps the candidate. ann romney helps him and when she is with him. maybe that's the calculus. >> right. i want to play sound of bill
understand, i understand. i understand, chris. i think once again bill clinton laid it out over the last many weeks. bill clinton talked with great infection enthusiasm about what bill clinton had done to stimulate business in the san diego area in terms of genome, all the jobs that created. animation and virtual reality programs in orlando associated with disney that created nows of jobs in that area. i think the president might want to look at what he's done so far, talk about what he's done in terms of the auto industry -- >> right. >> look for -- look for other auto industries around the country -- >> why doesn't he say it? the industrial policies. >> yes, industrial policy. because that's what bill clinton put together deals involving government, business, and nonprofit sector, research sector. that was done all over the country. >> i really think there's a thing in politics, as david garth once said, the great new york guy about advertising. you know, actually, it was the ad for huey carey when he ran for governor. before they tell you what they're going to do, ask them what they've don
in some states trying to get the message for him. bill clinton is continues with the florida event. president obama probably made the right call to come back. it wouldn't look good if he continued with that event down in florida if people are pounded by rain. all attention will be on this storm for a while, especially on the east coast, so he has a chance to get out there and be in front of the cam ras. we don't want to talk aboutfall politics in a natural disaster, but it will give him a chance to respond and look presidential. >> mitt romney had to cancel three events in virginia. the latest poll out of the state. he's closing the gap, although the president still has a four-point lead. how do you proceed if you're mitt romney? he doesn't have an official role, so is whatever he does open to criticism, or is it -- do you even morph through a political lens? where does mitt romney play through all of this. >> he can campaign in states not adversely affected by the storm. he can stay in ohio. i don't think there was any downside to spend more time in ohio and put in homilies in the
of bush '41 and bill clinton. but eventually he did fade in the polls. what is the virtue of having ross perot appealing to iowa voters? is this the deficit hawk and tea party support. >> i think there's a very big sliver of voters out there that are anxious about the direction of the country as it relates to spending and deficits and bringing reform and bringing a new sensibility to washington. we haven't seen that for the last four years. ross perot i think speaks to a lot of those voters. i don't want to make too much of endorsements but it does say something about this -- the voters out there who care about those issues that governor romney does have that type of support. the independent swing voters that many years ago looked at somebody like perot who could bring a change to washington, i think they see the same in governor romney right now. somebody who can really tackle deficits bring down spending and reform washington with a new sense of putting the country back on track. >> now the joint committee on tagsation, highly regarded the congressional bipartisan committee, these are
at the democratic convention he had a nice assist from former president bill clinton. bill clinton has weighed in on this issue. again, it is one thing for you and me to talk about. when bill clinton says something, people start to pay attention. he has weighed in on this and said something i want you to unpack. he has argued that the republicans what the electorate in 2012 to look like the 2010 electorate and not like the 2008 electorate. explain what he meant by thtat. >> if you look at the 2008 electorate, it was a the per se electric, a denver electorate. and it signaled a democrat change in the country and what the electorate will look like going forward in 2016 and beyond. that is why i called the coalition of the ascendant. if you look at 2010, it was an electorate that was older and more conservative. that is why republicans did so well in 2010 and not so well in 2008. clinton said this is not rocket science, that what republicans want to do is they want to make the 2012 electorate look more like the 2010 electorate and the 2008 electorate. and clinton said he had never seen in his lif
in balance. i mentioned bill clinton a moment ago. here he is. we'll hear from him in a second but i need to tell you first bill clinton introduced bruce springsteen this afternoon at a rally in ohio. listen quickly to the boss. he is a bom supporter. ♪ ♪ they busted out of class >> so, bruce springsteen cranking up the song "no surrender" to obama partisans in ohio. now bill clinton. his scathing attack against republicans. he is essentially saying they have tried to blunt job creation, keep americans unemployed for strictly political purposes. bill clinton. >> they worked so hard to keep the unemployment rate above 8%. and they were crushed when it dropped to 7.8%. did you see that? all of a sudden, they had talked about the unemployment rate for three and a half years as if it were scripture. it was right up there with the tablets moses brought down from mount sinai. then all of a sudden it dropped below 8% and said it was all rigged. you can understand that. we've all worked hard for something. and just almost gotten there. and it broke our heart. they came so close. they almost k
to what andrea said. to the point he made, bill clinton won with his empathy factor in a town hall approaching the person asking the question and asking her a question. and in that little exchange he cinched it. >> bill clinton in his sfeach in ohio as in his convention speech is doing exactly what barack obama needs to do b the secretary of explaining stuff. chris: yeah, and also could he have alsoed show that he wasn't the bully. >> with obama? chris: yeah. he could have shown i'm the kind of guy that will listen to you. >> it is the message he's tried to convey to women over and over. his campaign has been endorsing this eye that the republican party are waging war on women and so that was an opportunity for him. chris: you have to make it personal. romney won that first debate big time. he got in the door of acceptbility. a lot of people looked at him and said, yeah, he's ok. is there any way to reverse that if you're obama? >> i mean, the question is to me with whether the electorate is looking for a reason to vote for mitt romney or they're fundamentally looking for a reason
before the event started. >> we have found when bill clinton was announced that there was a real interest in subscribing. this is our first year to be completely sold out for the entire series. >> stopped me on what the former president spoke about this evening. >> he talked about it -- global initiatives through his foundation, expended on some of the problems he is trying to help solve will bully. in haiti and other parts of the world. he circled back to some of the domestic issues. >> apparently politics without the primary focus. >> it was not a very political speech. it was not until the question and answer session that he even gave his take on the current election. >> no news crews were allowed for tonight's event of the former president has been a huge vocal supporter for president obama during this election. the baltimore speaker series continues in the next two years -- two weeks. >> thank you. maryland control -- comptroller is breaking with this party support for the state congressional map which will appear of the november ballot as question 5. >> if you are a democrat running
. >> so bill clinton just finished speaking. bruce springsteen up next. the big question, will bill return and play the saxophone with bruce? in ohio, the answer tonight on the turks. >> cenk: the answer on why bruce springsteen warmed up to obama as well. and you're used to bankers getting away with financial crimes? now we have a bank who are may have gotten away with stabbing someone. >> here after dropping him off at his home things got ugly. >> jennings pulled out a penknife. >> i understand he required stitches. >> cenk: things will get ugly tonight. i'm going to rage about that. that's not even the elbow of the day. we have that coming up, too. that was a fun one. anyone know what time it is? you got that right, it's go time. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> cenk: now you can see if i had obama behind me, oh, boy that can't be a good sign. that must mean that he's trailing and, indeed, he is. the gallup poll of likely voters 52%-45%. first don't believe the hype. gallup has been wildly off in the past. not just in this cycle especially when they do likely voters, they were also off in 20
trail together. i think that might be fun in ohio. while the president is courting women, bill clinton and bruce springsteen were in ohio going after what you might call white blue collar people like where i came from. >>> also, prospects for the democrats holding the senate are brightening. we have some real brand new poll numbers that suggest the democrats may just hold onto this senate after all. one state where they face an uphill battle is nebraska where bob kerrey, great old bob kerrey, is hoping for a comeback. he's coming here in a minute. >>> both presidential candidates will be at the al smith dinner in new york. i'll be there. it's a big election year ritual here in this country. >> impressive crowd, the haves and the have mores. some people call you the elite. i call you my base. >> that's going to be a lot of fun tonight even when your speech is obviously written by somebody smarter than you and certainly somebody funnier. we'll be there. anyway, this is "hardball," the place for politics. so you say men are superior drivers? yeah. then how'd i get this... [ voice of denni
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